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Post Debate: Reaction from the Spin Room Floor

Radley2 Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 8:49 AM
The precedent said what he has all along on foreign policy.. and embellished the things he has done and that have happened during his time to make it sound like he was in contorl while these things were happening... when in fact we know that in many of these situations, he was run over by the events. This guy is delusional to the point of being dangerous. And to his snarky comment about the size of the navy... we have had big aircraft carriers that air planes land on and boats that can go under water called submarines since the 1930's. The number of horses and bayonets has nothing to do with Romney's point. The navy NEEDS 313 ships to carry out its current mission. Task forces in the Med, Indian and Pacific Oceans... and they need to
Radley2 Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 8:53 AM
rotate home so we need more than just three... Each carrieer task group is made up of more than just the aircraft carrierrs. It has a complete tactical capability with missle crusiers, destroyer escorts, subs and various supply vessels.

The technology of the ships does not eliminate the need for the full gambit of capabilities.

The precedent needs to study a bit of his military budget as he obviosly didn't know and was just being a snarky smart aleck on this point. And that made him look like he was running for the student council at the local junior high. apologies to all those presently serving on the student councils around the country.
Conservative_Libertarian Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 9:45 AM
Radley.... Excellent Points All!

We don't just send out carriers.... We send out Carrier 'Task Groups' with all the assets necessary to do the job!

That's absolutely critical to never being caught with our pants down. No carrier has ever been successfully attacked since WWII, because they HAVE the support 'In Theater' to not only complete their mission... but to 'Come Home' after their mission has been accomplished!

Good Post!

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ROMNEY / RYAN in 2012



BOCA RATON, FL - The spin room is buzzing as surrogates from both campaigns continue to make the case for their candidate after the third and final presidential debate of the 2012 election cycle. Team Romney thought their candidate showed poise and looked presidential. Team Obama thought their candidate showed experience and credibility on the topic of foreign policy.

"I think on policy after policy Governor Romney laid out a very clear vision about where he wants to take the country and he gave people a great sense of confidence that he would keep them safe and secure." -Romney...